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Harvey - A Bridge too far?

Day 473

semi-overcast 15 °C


After a marathon journey, Frank Muldowney pushing Harvey has now walked 5,000km's for peace across Australia, from Perth to Sydney. It is now set on the 29th July, Sunday morning, to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, hoping to bring as many friends as possible on this short but symbolic walk.

Since Frank arrived Sydney, many obstacles have occured, which has delayed the momentum of the walk, but at the same time, Frank has met many Irish friends in the city who may just build even more interest in this meaningful walk. He now has more time to get a large number of peaceful minded people to create a peace walk across this famous bridge.

On the road with Nathan driving Namaste behind - At the statue of Mohandas Gandhi in Canberra.

The Walk for Peace across Sydney Harbour Bridge -

Sunday 11.00 am - July 29th
Meeting at the Circulat Quay - Wharf 6
Walk planned to end at Lavender Bay
Please join this walk, and bring your own video and still cameras where I can add what you recorded on this web site.

The Media Release of the blog - http://harvey.travellerspoint.com/49/
has been sent to all the newspapers, radio and TV stations.

Frank hopes to start the walk, north to Newcastle, early in August.

Posted by fmuldowney 23:51 Archived in Australia

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Frank, what can I say?
What a momentous day Sunday will be- to highlight every day of your journey of peace, of dreams...of living together in harmony.
I love you a lot Frank, Harvey and the symbol of an orange wheelchair.
Will light a candle in your support,
you are a gift of momentum,
you turn time for the better.

GrĂ¡ agus beannacht,

by Safia Al

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